We sat down with longtime resident Marilyn Humphrey to hear her thoughts on living in the Woodbridge neighborhood.
THE D PROFILE When did you move to Woodbridge? Has it changed since then?
MARILYN When we moved to Woodbridge in ‘76, there weren’t really any businesses. Apart from University Foods and a couple commercial things there really wasn’t much of anything. Now there are all kinds of businesses nearby. There was always a strong community. When we moved in, there were just a few families with kids. Now, there are children everywhere. I find that very exciting, to see parents out with their kids.
We sat down with longtime resident Marilyn Humphrey to hear her thoughts on living in the Woodbridge neighborhood. I would say it’s safer. We are still in the city, of course, and we still need to be vigilant and we certainly did when we moved to Woodbridge. The police time used to be very, very slow and it was only through our sense of community that we felt safe. It’s a lot better now. Now I can let my little grandson ride his bike around the block, and it is fine for him to do that.